Flash floods kill many in Pakistan, Afghanistan

The Afghan province of Kandahar bore the brunt of disaster caused by heavy rains that cut off tens of thousands of people.

    Flash floods in southern Pakistan and Afghanistan have killed at least 45 people.

    The unusually heavy rains over the past 10 days have cut off tens of thousands of people.

    The Afghan government has said the flooding was the worst in Kandahar province in at least seven years.

    Al Jazeera's Charlotte Bellis reports from Kabul, Afghanistan's capital.


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